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United Airlines CEO gets thumbs-up from employees

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is a beloved figure — at least, as far as more than 85,000 employees who work for him are concerned. That fact was made clear in job site Glassdoor's recently released..
bizjournals

United Airlines wins suit against founder of Untied.com complaint site

United Airlines has won a lawsuit against a Canadian professor who for the past 20 years has cataloged complaints against the airline on Untied.com. A judge in Canada's Federal Court in Ottawa,..
ChicagoTribune

About 10-15 injured by turbulence on United flight to Houston

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - About 10 to 15 people were injured by turbulence on a United Airlines flight between Panama City and Houston on Tuesday, the Houston Fire Department said.
Reuters

Breakfast Briefing, 6.16.2017: Global Power Book; Bezos asks for help giving his money away

News for you to know on Amazon, United Airlines, and Megyn Kelly's interview with Infowars' Alex Jones before you head to the airport for your flight to Cannes. Go easy on the rosé!
PRWeek

Woman says United Airlines employee kicked her in the head

woman says united airlines employee kicked her in the head
Lindsey Urbani was sleeping in a nondenominational chapel at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday night when she claims she was assaulted by a United employee.
MailOnline

Breakfast Briefing, 6.15.2017: Global Power Book, and another United Airlines apology

PRWeek asked the top comms executives around the world to pick the most influential communicator of 2017. Their answer: someone who doesn't work in PR.
PRWeek

United Airlines flight to Venice aborted after passengers notice fuel gushing from wing

Crew had not noticed the fuel streaming from the plane
Independent

U.S. airline passenger complaints jump 70 percent after incidents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. airline passenger complaints leapt 70 percent in April from a year earlier after a series of high-profile incidents including a passenger being dragged off a United Airlines..
Reuters

United Airlines worker pushes grandfather to the ground

united airlines worker pushes grandfather to the ground
The incident happened in 2015 at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport. The victim in the video is now suing United Airlines for $1million.
MailOnline

United Airlines accused of being rude by Zhang Shuai

united airlines accused of being rude by zhang shuai
Tennis player Zhang Shuai has openly accused United Airlines of being 'rude', 'disgusting' and 'arrogant' after an apparent dispute on June 6. The American company has apologised.
MailOnline

Violinist accuses United Airlines of rough treatment at US airport


Telegraph.co.uk

Laptop ban tied to fear of direct detonation: United CEO

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - U.S. officials are concerned that explosives disguised as laptops could be directly detonated onboard an aircraft, the chief executive of United Airlines said at an aviation..
Reuters

United Airlines engine catches fire after bird strikes

united airlines engine catches fire after bird strikes
The Miami-bound flight was forced to turn back to Chicago's O'Hare Airport shortly after takeoff at around 8.30am on Thursday.
MailOnline

U.S. proposes fining United $435,000 over 2014 flights

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday proposed fining United Airlines $435,000 for operating 23 flights in 2014 with a Boeing 787 that the government alleged was..
Reuters

After BA's disastrous IT outage, regaining altitude will not be easy

after ba's disastrous it outage, regaining altitude will not be easy
British Airways is no stranger to crisis. The shambolic opening of Heathrow Terminal 5 in 2008 was a self-inflicted disaster and 2010's volcanic ash cloud, which grounded European airlines for weeks,..
City A.M.

Gay dad to sue United Airlines after it said his hand was ‘too close’ to his son’s genitals

United Airlines has apologised for accusing a gay dad of having his hand “too close” to his son’s genitals.
PinkNews


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